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9 Yoga Positions to Help Lose Belly Fat

9 Yoga Positions to Help Lose Belly Fat


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Belly fat is something nearly everybody has to battle at some point in their life. Even if you eat a balanced diet and work out regularly, getting a flat stomach can definitely take some time. However, you shouldn’t be discouraged because some easy yoga moves will work wonders on your midsection.

Yoga has been an effective form of exercise for over 5,000 years. WebMD describes yoga as a full body workout that not only tones and tightens muscles, but relaxes and calms the mind. With over 100 forms that range from simple to complex, anybody can incorporate this exercise program into your daily routine. Let’s take a look at 10 easy yoga poses that help tackle abdominal fat.

1. Board (Kumbhakasana)
The board pose proves to be nearly a full body workout. This move focuses on the thighs, buttocks, shoulders, back, and the stubborn belly area.


How to do it:
Step 1: Start in a pose similar to a push-up with your arms extended under your knees and hands positioned under your shoulders and arms.
Step 2: Breathe in as you gaze ahead of your hands. Take care to keep your back and spine straight.
Step 3: Keep your hands flat and your fingers spread as you pull in your abdominal muscles.
Step 4: Remain in this position for 15-30 seconds before releasing to your knees.
Step 5: Repeat this pose 5 times with a 15-second break in between.

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